Roll The Bones: Gamers And Their Dice Habits


I’ve been seeing a lot of tweets, Facebook and LJ posts about The Bones: Us and Our Dice, an anthology recently released by Gameplaywright Press. It’s a collection of essays and anecdotes about, well, dice, and everything from their use in game play and their randomness, to the superstitions and emotions gamers attach to them. Big names like John Kovalic and Wil Wheaton were involved, and I’m eager to read it. In the mean time, the book’s premise got me thinking about my own dice-related … [Read more...]